Jan 21, 2016
Vegetable Grafting – Part 3 — VGNtv

Richard Hassell, associate professor at Clemson University in Charleston, South Carolina, is a member of the SCRI project team. He presented an overview of propagation technology developments, including the use of a fatty alcohol rootstock treatment seen as a new approach to cucurbit grafting. He spoke at the National Grafting Symposium in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

See Vegetable Grafting-Part 1:  USDA-SCRI project director Frank Louws explains the purpose of the National Grafting Symposium.

See Vegetable Grafting-Part 2:  Chieri Kubota, professor at the University of Arizona, gives an overview of vegetable grafting.


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